Furuno rolls out rebate promotions

Furuno introduced two rebates on navigation equipment for spring and summer.

Furuno introduced two rebates on navigation equipment for spring and summer.

Furuno’s “EZ Money TZtouch Rebate” offers $300 back on any TZtouch or TZtouch2 MFD, including the TZtouch Black Box. There’s another $300 payout for each Multi-touch monitor purchased. Additionally there is a $200 rebate available on Furuno’s DRS4A & DRS6A Open Array Radar or $100 back on the DRS4D & DRS4DL Dome Radar Antennas.

For fishermen, Furuno is giving $100 back with purchase of the DFF1-UHD TruEcho CHIRP Network Sounder.

Furuno’s “2016 Spring Break Rebate” offers $100 back on each qualifying product purchase, for a total rebate of as much as $300. Products on this rebate include the DRS4W 1st Watch Wireless Radar, the new FCV628 & FCV588 RezBoost Fish Finders and the versatile GP1670F & GP1870F Chart Plotter/Fish Finder Combo units.

Furuno’s EZ Money Rebate runs through July 31; the Spring Break Rebate will be available through June 30.


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